The Andertons Jazz Guitar Masterclass (Featuring Alex Hutchings and Pete Callard)

The Andertons Jazz Guitar Masterclass (Featuring Alex Hutchings and Pete Callard) You can see more of Alex at www.youtube.com www.andertons.co.uk Rob Chappers Sites http www.facebook.com www.facebook.com www.facebook.com www.facebook.com www.twitter.com www.twitter.com www.twitter.com All Audio was recorded/produced by Paul ‘Stick’ Annis/Maplewood Studio ‪www.youtube.com ‪www.twitter.com
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49 thoughts on “The Andertons Jazz Guitar Masterclass (Featuring Alex Hutchings and Pete Callard)

  1. ..all of a sudden, I want to pause all my goals of getting that gilbert lick down and just learn Jazz.

  2. Pretty much. Although the cost drastically increases when you are sold as parts. Which begs the question, who gets the money when somebody donates their organs? The dead guy certainly doesnt.

  3. i’m not sure if they mentioned this, but I’d also say it’s extremely important to listen to other instrumentalists. Because most guitarists play the instrument a certain way because the instruments facilitates a certain way of playing. it’s entirely different on piano, sax, trumpet, flute, mandolin, banjo, bass, violin etc. it’ll help you become more conversationally fluent with whatever style and definitely improve your ear tremendously

  4. What’s the difference between a jazz guitarist and a rock guitarist? A jazz guitarist plays thousands of chords in front of 3 people and a rock guitarist plays 3 chords in front of thousands of people

  5. A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. Their dream became a reality. Will yours?

  6. Iam gonna put my Martin dx1rea away and dig out my apx 700 these yammers sound great……or is it just the man driving?

  7. I know this example isn’t guitar, but I’m a guitarist and I got a lot of inspiration from ‘bill evans – my foolish heart’. Search from live black and white version on youtube. After a couple of listens, it really grew on me.

  8. What style of jazz is this? any good jazz players/ bands a guitarist could start to listen to for inspiration?

  9. First off best highway to hell lesson ever you actually got the tuning down hahahha man its so complicated that tuning its not one step down its like a qaurter of a qaurter step down hahahah thanks man appreciated just for the tuning.

  10. shame on you saying the lord’s name in vain. You my friend are going down the highway to hell.lol

  11. great video dude !
    for the chorus, you play…well, what’s on the screen, but I think you forgot to write a strum just before the last G chord, that’s another G chord, you played it each time but it’s not on the screen.
    so i kinda struggled with the chorus cause i could see 9 chords but i heard 10 strokes.
    anyway, keep on rocking !

  12. He’s playing an SG on Angus’ parts, a Les Paul on Malcolm’s. Both are made by Gibson with less expensive Epiphone versions available.

  13. Dude, this is the best online guitar lesson I’ve seen for beginners. So great! Thanks man. I just subscribed.

  14. Overdub in the studio gives it a fatter sound that’s all. Just like having two rhythm guitars and a solo. So on stage one rhythm when Angus is doing his solo. You will not miss it a bit live. I have jammed with Angus and know his style. On alot of songs there is no overdub. They just record it live and then at in the vocal tracks later. Pretty straight forward when they record. They record like they play live 97% of the time

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